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Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics Data Science themed issue: call for papers

From: Graaf, P.H. van der <p.vandergraaf>
Date: Fri, 17 May 2019 14:58:35 +0000

Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics (CPT), the flagship journal of the Ame=
rican Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics (ASCPT) and the pr=
emier publication in clinical pharmacology, is inviting submissions for a s=
pecial themed issue on "Data Science", which is scheduled for publication i=
n April 2020.

The Data Science themed issue will focus on the intersection between novel =
approaches to the collection, aggregation and analysis of data and clinical=
 pharmacology, drug development, personalized medicine and use of therapeut=
ics. It will be a unique publication that brings together data scientists, =
clinical pharmacologists, drug developers, regulators and medical practitio=

Examples of topics that are in scope are artificial intelligence, machine l=
earning, real-world data, integration of multi-omics and imaging data in ph=
armacology models, registry-based cohorts as alternatives to randomized con=
trolled trial design, virtual (in silico) trials, social media to monitor e=
fficacy and safety, electronic health records and "open data". Conventional=
 pharmacokinetic/pharmacodynamics (PKPD) and pharmaco-statistical approache=
s are out of scope for this themed issue.

Submissions may be original research articles, reviews, position/white pape=
rs or shorter perspectives. Educational, tutorial-style papers will also be=
 considered. Please contact cpteditor
 for details about manuscript types and format requirements.

To be considered for publication in this high-profile themed issue, manuscr=
ipts should be submitted via the online submission and tracking system<htt=
=&ch=kYzKHX2XrQXpqdOrZuIo6pnWVQc5oxh9UzZKXeylN9duROi8ILvucA==> by S=
eptember 20, 2019.

If you would like to make a pre-submission enquiry, please contact the CPT =
editorial office at cpteditor

Received on Fri May 17 2019 - 10:58:35 EDT

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